Case Study: European Union (EU)

EU Economy
The process of framing EU policies focus on its capacity to respond to global challenges. The single market benefits from high-quality and transparent rules that make it possible to benefit from economies of scale. Competition in single market encourages businesses to provide high-quality products. EU does not rely on single mechanism to tackle trade barriers. EU’s multilateral cooperation is strengthened by bilateral Free Trade Agreements with ASEAN, Korea, India, the Andean and Central American countries.

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Snapshot: US Wheat Export

Wheat Export Import
US exports more wheat than any other country in the world, with an average of 24% global market share. In the fiscal year 2006, America produced 57 million metric tons of wheat, out of which total US consumption was about 31 MMT and 27.5 MMT was exported. In the year 2007, the global wheat production dropped about 5 percent to 593 million metric tons (MMT), and consumption continuous to exceeded production since last seven years. The wheat trade dropped by 7 percent to 107 million metric tons (MMT) (3,946 million bushels). Canada has recently increased its share to 18 percent and Australian share has dropped to 8 percent.

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Quick Overview – PHDCCI, India and KAF, Germany

PHDCCI is multi state apex chamber of Commerce and industry that has completed 100 years of useful service to trade and industry.

For the past eighteen years, the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) in collaboration with Konrad Adenauer Foundation of Germany has been contributing towards the capacity building in small and medium size enterprises. During this period it has exposed more than 20,000 entrepreneurs and executives to upgrading their managerial skills and preparing them for the global competition in the changed economic scenario. It has conducted close to 1000 training programs and workshops.

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